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DJ Goldie’s shooting gallery on show in Brick lane

PUBLISHED: 18:00 23 August 2010

Drum and Bass DJ Goldie

Drum and Bass DJ Goldie

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A bullet-scarred new artwork from world-famous DJ Goldie has gone on display at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane.

Commissioned to promote violent video game Kane & Lynch 2, the former EastEnders star worked on a 10ft by15ft billboard with spray paint and chalk, before inviting marksmen at a rifle range to shoot away selected parts of it.

Gaming enthusiast Goldie said: “This was a killer opportunity to mesh street art and the gaming world. It also gave me a chance to blow the c**p out of something.”

The piece will be on show until August 27, after which it will embark on a world tour.


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